A Year With My Camera, Book 1: The ultimate photography workshop for complete beginners: Volume 1

July 30, 2019 - Comment

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Anonymous says:

Excellent Introductory, practical course, reasonably priced! I am presently following Emma Davies’ e-mail course, which is free! This is the accompanying workbook and I find it very useful to have a reference guide to the ‘lessons’ as well as somewhere to stick my printed off homework. There are also checklists and occasional quizzes to test the learning. Emma’s course takes you through the features of your camera in easy explained stages with clear technical definitions. I’ve tried a range of book based and online based manuals etc before and…

Anonymous says:

Learning how to use my camera makes sense & is so much fun. My previous experiences of photography back in the 80’s & 90’s were a complete disaster, excitedly putting films into Boots to be developed & only getting half back with stickers advising how to achieve better shots! So I gave up.My first introduction to the newer digital cameras was a second hand Sony Cybershot I was surprised at the new technology, however, I dropped it into a river. I replaced it with a new Sony Cybershot & was very pleased for a few years. However, there were…

Anonymous says:

The best thing I’ve done in Years Oh wow. This is one of those don’t judge a book by it’s cover moments. The book and text isn’t flashy and full of glossy photo’s – in fact there are blanks for you to fill in! That sets the tone of this wonderful book which has given me and so many others the confidence to switch to manual and start making things happen with our cameras. If you want a proper introduction and a structure to your learning then this is the book for you. As a wonderful benefit you can join the online community of…

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